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In their own words...
"My time here has instilled within me a special kind of character, one that only comes as a result of a community geared toward opening your mind... not just filling your mind with more information."
- Blair Garnett, Class of '10, from NC

Religious Studies

The goal of the Religious Studies opportunity at St. Andrews is for students to acquire awareness and critical understanding of the formative religious traditions of people in a variety of cultures. Students will become appreciatively critical of their own religious traditions and engage in a process of formulating their own mature questions and
beliefs.

Classes in religious studies seek to develop a broad understanding of the historical and contemporary impact of religion as a phenomenon of human cultures. Disciplines and methodologies covered in this field include biblical interpretation, historical inquiry, and ethical and theological reflection.

What Distinguishes This St. Andrews Program:

Using seminar style courses, informed opinions are shared freely among the students and professors. Ideas are challenged on a variety of levels to allow for the free flow of dialogue.

Religious Studies Professor Dan Ott

 

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